International Talent Internship Scheme
The International Talent Internship Scheme provides you with the opportunity to achieve paid short-term work experience in the UK. If you’re an international student, this is an exciting opportunity to build your skills and experience in a professional work environment.
2020 internship scheme
Further information about the scheme will be available in spring 2020.
Register for International Talent Programme alerts
The internship scheme is part of our International Talent Programme. Register with our International Talent Programme (InfoHub login required) and you can benefit from activities and opportunities to enhance your career development during your studies. Find out more about using InfoHub.
The scheme has enabled many international students to take on career-building short-term internships with local companies.
Turtle Tots internship
"Although I didn't have formal training or mentoring, my
employers gave me all the support I needed for the job!"
Student in the Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education (ACE)
"Overall I think this was a great time working in a new to me
developing field of engineering as well as a great opportunity to
meat new people and widen my expertise. With that being said, I
definitely do recommend students interested to improve their skills
to undertake the UWE Bristol internship
Student in the Faculty of Environment and Technology (FET)
Pro Structures internship
"I am being provided with all necessary details at the beginning
of each project, so I can have a clear understanding about the task
I am assigned with. Any queries regarding any of the details are
being answered promptly and further explanations are provided when
necessary. Overall, I am gaining knowledge in the subject area
while improving software skills."
Student in FET
"The UWE Bristol International Talent internship with Yuyo
Drinks has allowed me to apply theoretical knowledge from
university studies, whilst providing insight into the world of
international marketing and export processes."
Student in the Faculty of Business and Law (FBL)